Topics include campus sexual assault, behind-the-scenes footage, Black Panther, vintage sexual harassment, breakups & heartbreak & museums, murder, picky eaters, why are millennials so into astrology and more!
The literature of Ezili and finding lesbians and queers in Caribbean literature, feel(ing) free, new Foucault, taking young women’s love stories seriously and more.
Here are eight queer short story collections that embody the same kind of creepy, “bodies as horror,” fabulist, dark fairy tale feel that Machado’s book does.
“I almost fainted when I tasted it. Do I really need to say more? Go get this book, make everything in it, and proudly display your new membership to the Kristen Kish fan club this Valentine’s Day.”
Topics include Dawson’s Creek, The Awl, Soulcycle, Negroni Season, Justin Timberlake in the woods, health care, “Rude,” The New York Times’ Style Section, RuPaul’s Drag Race and so much more!
Lesbian classic Tipping the Velvet turns 20. Plus mansplaining in the OED, RIP Ursula K Le Guin, Elena Ferrante’s new column and more.
Topics include Newsies, Katja Blichfeld, the abuse of temps in a Toronto factory, Diana Vreeland, book covers, privileging choicelessness and so much more!
A proposed New York prison book ban, asexuality in fiction, working from home, paper planners, spine-in books and more.
We’re gonna read Patrisse Khan-Cullors’ new memoir and it’s gonna be great!
Eight stories that feature intersex characters for you to read right now.
I love my gay space moms!
Topics include Missy Elliot, donuts, sexual harassment at the Ford plant, Valerie Solanas, Silicon Valley orgies, murder, “clean eating,” paper and so much more!
A new queer feminist bookstore in Mississippi, how to read more this year, what to read more of, and more.
Your guide to 2018’s queer and feminist books.
Topics include screwed millenials, America Online going offline, lana del ray / the love witch / i love dick, the reckoning, photo-editing apps, wrongly accused, Plimouth Plantation, the most hated poet in Portland, murder, and so much more!
Literary fiction is out, unicorns are in, a master list of queer poets of color, all the best book lists of 2017 and more.
2017 has been pretty awesome for a ton of new queer and/or feminist things to read! Here are some of the best.
The following eight memoirs, which deal with gender, food, writing, relationships and more, reflect soft femmes, tomboy femmes, chapstick femmes, and other femmes who aren’t all that femmey.
I didn’t get to be at the set for the whole shoot, because I was teaching last year. I went once with my wife Erica and we got to go for a few days. I was in a daze of disbelief, touching people like, “Are you real?”
“Therese and Carol drink beer and coffee at the Palm Court in the Plaza Hotel with Richard, Therese’s pitiful and jealous boyfriend, who pays for their drinks.”